A few months ago, a video surfaced showing Cardi B openly discussing what she would have to do to survive before becoming a celebrity. When a New York citizen worked as a stripper, she confessed to drugging and robbing men. She responded at the time, stating that she was “not proud” of her actions. She said, “I have a past that I can’t change – we all do.”
Now, controversy has resurfaced with people accusing the rapper of rape. She took to Instagram Live to clarify the allegations.
“I don’t like it when people try to call me a rapist,” she said. “I don’t like it ** because people tried to dig into something and make it something I didn’t do.”
Although she did not deny stealing clients during her striptease days, she assured that she did not sexually assault anyone. “I never touched anyone, and I never did,” she stated. “Rape is when you interact with someone without their consent or without question.”
She then reverted to an earlier statement, stating that she had never drugged anyone. She said, “B ** ches shouldn’t put s ** t in n *** as’ drinks, these n *** things are going to [the club] get drunk and rise up.” I’ve never put ** t in n *** as’ drinks. Yes, I passed n *** as “pockets. A lot of you b ** ches go through n *** as” pockets for $ 40 to catch a taxi because *** a doesn’t want to give you that. Same thing ** t. Was I wrong about that? This was a mistake, but I never hurt anyone.
She concluded by explaining that because of her popularity as a dancer, the word could have spread if she hurt someone. She said, “If I’m going to hurt or put someone in a situation, you ** k prison, n *** you have injured my face [and] hit me **.